BookSavvy Author News Roundup — Late October

BookSavvy Author News Roundup — Late October

by BookSavvy PR on October 31, 2016

In anticipation of November, BookSavvy is taking a cue from one of our newest authors — Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson — and turning our attention to what we are thankful for. We want to shout out all of the amazing book bloggers and journalists who put in countless hours of (sometimes unpaid) work to provide reading suggestions to thousands. We’d like to thank radio hosts and producers (we’re looking at you, Louie Cronin! Congrats on … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup — Late October

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BookSavvy Author News Roundup: September

by BookSavvy PR on September 28, 2016

Sweater weather approaches! But over here at BookSavvy, our efforts are not cooling off anytime soon. Below you’ll find just some of the coverage we’ve loved this month, from major outlets to regional newspapers, our authors have been reviewed, interviewed and featured in some of the best: Entrepreneur ran an article by Christian Felber on why “free trade” might sound better than it actually is. Monster.com featured Diane Mulcahy’s expert advice on how and why … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup: September

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Why You Should Query Agents For 6 + Months Before Promoting Your Self-Published Book

by BookSavvy PR on September 6, 2016

When approached by self-published authors for help with book promotion, I used to ask a single question: “Do you have blurbs from at least two established authors?” If the answer was no, I’d suggest they gather some before we speak.  Blurbs are an essential piece of the vetting process and vetting is crucial to gaining the media’s interest. All the more so for self-published books, which don’t have the benefit of a publishing house’s stamp … Continue reading Why You Should Query Agents For 6 + Months Before Promoting Your Self-Published Book

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